Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Sending hedgehugs

Hi there!  This week at Less is More, it is a one-layer challenge, with the inclusion of an animal!  Lots of choice there, but I opted to use a new to me stamp, by Lawn Fawn, called 'Hedgehogs".


These cuddly little critters look great however you place them on a card, but I did want to make the background a little more interesting, so sponged a Heidi Swapp stencil with DI, and a little hill to ground them, with the simple sentiment left clear at the top.  Some hearts to go with the hugs, and a little Copic colouring finished this off.

I've just been made aware of the challenge at AAAcards, which might suit my card, so will be entering there too!  Thanks for the tip, Sarah!


14 comments:

  1. Super fun and cute card Ann. Another gorgeous Lawn Fawn set - just having popped across from another entry with a cute hippo from LF.
    You might also want to link up at AAA cards as we are looking for similar cards this time. Thanks as always for playing along at LIM
    Sarah x

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  2. Totally adorable Ann and that stencilling works really well
    Thanks so much for your entry
    Anne
    Less is More

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  3. So cute =) i really want that stamp set lol

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  4. So cute =) i really want that stamp set lol

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  5. This is a cute one Ann, cute critters!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  6. WOW, great card, love the inking!!! Thanks for joining us at AAA Cards CAS Challenges

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  7. Awww isn't this the best hedgehog stamp set every made! love this card. Thanks for joining us at AAA Cards Challenge! Jenny x

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  8. What a cute card Ann! I wanted to join in too but lost a day somewhere!!

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  9. Love all the details that make up this card and the stencilled background! Thanks for playing at AAA Cards! Justine

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  10. So very cute thanks for joining in at AAA--

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